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Jul 11, 2006 3:07:40 PM (13 years ago)
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    11= Welcome to the Bonmin homepage =
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    3 Bonmin (Basic Open-source Nonlinear Mixed Integer programming) is an
    4 open-source C++ code for solving general MINLP (Mixed Integer !NonLinear
     3Bonmin ('''B'''asic '''O'''pen-source '''N'''onlinear '''M'''ixed '''IN'''teger programming) is an
     4 experimental open-source C++ code for solving general MINLP (Mixed Integer !NonLinear
    55Programming) problems of the form:
    66{{{
     
    3232[http://egon.cheme.cmu.edu/ibm/files/IBMReseReprc23771.pdf P. Bonami, L.T. Biegler, A.R. Conn, G. Cornuejols, I.E. Grossmann, C.D. Laird, J. Lee, A. Lodi, F. Margot, N.Sawaya and A. Waechter, An Algorithmic Framework for Convex Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programs by  IBM Research Report RC23771, Oct. 2005.]
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     34== Tested platforms ==
     35Bonmin has been installed and used on the following systems:
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     37 * Linux using g++ version 3.* and 4.*
     38 * Windows using Cygwin version 1.5.18
     39 * Mac OS X using gcc 3.* and 4.*
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     41Bonmin should be easy relatively easy to install on most un*x's provided that you have a C++ and a Fortran compiler. We don't know anybody who has yet tried to build it in the Microsoft Development Studio, if you would like to try, probably a place to start would be the [http://projects.coin-or.org/MSVisualStudio MSVisualStudio COIN-OR project].
    3642== Downloading Bonmin ==
    3743Bonmin is preferably downloaded by using [http://subversion.tigris.org subversion].